Next week, BlueZoo will be featured at TechCrunch Disrupt, the iconic annual event where “founders and investors shaping the future of disruptive technology” come together to share stories, network, and learn from each other. Andrea Le Vot, Chief Data Protection Officer at BlueZoo, will deliver a demo showing how we are revolutionizing the property insurance industry with AI and Cloud – and doing so while actually protecting people’s privacy.
BlueZoo’s sensors enable insurers to measure, predict, and mitigate the risks created by people in buildings. Until now, insurers have had to rely on imperfect information such as building square footage, type of business, or business receipts to predict and price risks. Leveraging innovations in Cloud computing, Wi-Fi sensing, and AI, BlueZoo delivers accurate, affordable, GDPR-compliant insights about crowds, traffic flow, and risky behaviors in buildings.
“Disrupt is legendary for its engagement with founders, investors, and the broad community of early stage companies,” said Andrea Le Vot. “We are thrilled to share our insights with others in our community, and to show how partnering with Google Cloud has enabled us to innovate faster than even the innovation groups in large, well established insurance companies.”
The session, “Demo Derby – How startups are disrupting the status quo with innovative data analytics, AI and modern app development” will be followed by a roundtable discussion featuring Le Vot and the other innovators who presented.
It will be delivered on Tuesday, September 21st at 1 pm PT and will also be made available to Disrupt attendees on-demand after the event concludes. BlueZoo will also be available in a virtual booth with Google Cloud to answer questions.